||CALVIN COOLIDGE, President|
||CHARLES G. DAWES, former Budget Bureau Director|
||John W. Davis, former Ambassador to Great Britain|
||Charles Bryan, Nebraska Governor|
||Robert M. La Follette, Wisconsin Senator|
||Burton K. Wheeler, Montana Senator|
- Issues such as Prohibition and the Ku Klux Klan caused rifts between the North
and South in the Democratic Party. These crippled Davis' campaign.
- La Follette's Progressive's platform included disarmament, government
ownership of railroads, farm relief, and labor legislation. This helped him draw
- Coolidge benefited from these developments. He also distanced himself from
the scandals that rocked the Harding administration.
La Follette/Wheeler campaign headquarters, 1924. WHI 56992
Robert M. La Follette addresses a crowd at the Wisconsin State Capitol, November 1924. WHI 1907
Robert M. La Follette casts his vote, Maple Bluff, WI, November 4, 1924. WHI 25348